This bibliography is a work in progress. It is based on a list prepared by Kenneth Barnes himself, and developed by Teresa Wilmshurst. Contributions are welcome.

 

 

Books:

 

‘Sex, Friendship and Marriage’, by Kenneth C. Barnes and Frances Barnes, Allen and Unwin Ltd., 1938.

 

‘He and She’, by Kenneth C. Barnes, Darwen Finlayson, 1958.

 

‘The Creative Imagination’, by Kenneth C. Barnes, Allen and Unwin Ltd., 1960, and The Quaker Home Service, London.

 

‘He and She’, by Kenneth C. Barnes, Penguin, 1962. Reprinted and revised 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1975.

 

‘The Involved Man: Action and Reflection in the Life of a Teacher’, by Kenneth C. Barnes, published privately by the National Children’s Home, 1966.

 

‘The Involved Man: Action and Reflection in the Life of a Teacher’, by Kenneth C. Barnes, George Allen and Unwin Ltd., London, 1969.

 

‘Hij & Zij’, translated to Dutch by N. V. Gebr. Zomer & Keunings Uitgeversmij, Wageningen, 1969.

 

‘Arnold’s General Studies: Making Judgements and Decisions’, by Kenneth C. Barnes, Edward Arnold, Maidenhead, 197-.

 

‘A Vast Bundle of Opportunities’, by Kenneth C. Barnes, Allen and Unwin Ltd., 1975.

 

‘Has Science Exploded God?’ by Kenneth C. Barnes, National Christian Educational Council’, Redhill, Surrey, 1976.

 

‘Energy Unbound: The Story of Wennington School’, by Kenneth C. Barnes, William Sessions Limited, York, 1980.

 

‘Integrity in the Arts’, by Kenneth C. Barnes, Sessions of York, 1984.

 

Booklets:

 

‘15+ Facts of Life’, a family doctor booklet, British Medical Association.

 

‘Discipline in the Quaker Home’, Quaker Home Service.

 

‘A Proposal for a New School’, by Kenneth C. Barnes and G. Frances Barnes, S. C. Jennings & Sons, Ltd., Surrey, 1936.

 

‘Wennington Hall School, The First Four Years. A Review of the Development of an Educational Venture’, Edgar G. Dunstan & Co., London, 1944.

 

‘Science, Poetry and the Imagination, Quaker Home Service. Ten BBC Advent Broadcasts based on the Creative Imagination, 1960.

 

‘Towards a Quaker View of Sex’, an essay by a group of Friends, revised edition, Friends Home Service Committee, London, 1964.

 

‘La Religion – Vision Intérieure ou Obsession?’, translated to French by Henry van Etten and Marguerite Czarnecki, Friends Home Service Committee, London, 1967.

 

‘The Future of the Society of Friends’, Friends Home Service Committee, London, 1972.

 

‘Discipline in the Quaker Home’, new edition, Friends Home Service Committee, London, 1973.

 

‘From Chaos to Creation’, William Sessions Limited, York, 1993.

 

Symposia:

 

Chapters in ‘What I Believe’, Allen and Unwin, London, 1966.

 

Chapter entitled 'Co-education and Sex' in ‘Who are the Progressives now?’ a book by Maurice Ash, Routledge, 1969 (A Dartington Hall Study).

 

‘Nonsense and Hope in Christianity (1)’, in ‘Quakers Talk to Sixth Formers’, a series of broadcasts, Friends Home Service Committee, London, 1970.

 

‘Nonsense and Hope in Christianity (2)’, in ‘Quakers Talk to Sixth Formers’, a series of broadcasts, Friends Home Service Committee, London, 1970.

 

‘Beyond Authority’, in ‘Quakers Talk to Sixth Formers’, a series of broadcasts, Friends Home Service Committee, London, 1970.

 

‘Communicating Our Experience’, in Quaker Monthly, November 1973, Vol. 52-11.

 

Articles:

 

‘Wennington School’, in ‘The Independent Progressive School’, ed. H. A. T. Child, Hutchinson.

 

‘Education and Democracy’, in The Friends’ Quarterly, Vol. 13, No. 3, July 1959.

 

‘Sex Education – A Long Term Policy’, in Creative Drama, Vol. 2, No. 12, 1961.

 

‘An Essay on Rosemary Haughton’s Transformation of Man’, in The Friends’ Quarterly, Vol. 16, No. 3, July 1968.

 

‘Priorities in Education’, in ‘Learners All’, Quaker Experiences in Education, Quaker Home Service, London, 1986.

 

Other publications relating to Kenneth C. Barnes’ work, but not containing material written by him:

 

‘Search for meaning’, Teachers’ Pamphlet No. 6, by Catherine Fletcher, Denholm House Press, Surrey. This Pamphlet relates to Book 6: ‘Has Science Exploded God?’

 

‘Report by H. M. Inspectors on Wennington School, Wetherby, Yorks. (W. R.) Inspected on 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th May, 1948, Ministry of Education.

 

 

Other publications relating to Kenneth C. Barnes’ work, but not containing material written by him:

 

‘Search for meaning’, Teachers’ Pamphlet No. 6, by Catherine Fletcher, Denholm House Press, Surrey. This Pamphlet relates to Book 6: ‘Has Science Exploded God?’

 

‘Report by H. M. Inspectors on Wennington School, Wetherby, Yorks. (W. R.) Inspected on 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th May, 1948, Ministry of Education.